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  1. #1
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    Apr 2018


    Hi friends,
    Which gas is used in LPG for the smell?

  2. #2
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    May 2019
    LPG gas is basically propane and butane, and it is odorless in its natural state. The smell that you notice when there is a leak is actually of an entirely different agent, called Ethyl Mercaptan. This substance is added to the gas when it leaves the main storage terminals.

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    Natural gas and propane are both almost colorless and odorless. To help people detect leaks, manufacturers add a harmless chemical called mercaptan, tert-Butylthiol, or t-butyl mercaptan

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